Saturday, 6 September 2008

Beau Jardin

I was having a good nosey around online yesterday afternoon for something to inspire me... Mar has been on my case again about doing the b/w pic of Willow on a black and white layout and I just couldn't find anything that really caught my eye. BUT, I happened to stumble across Bo Bunny's new Beau jardin range and its totally gorgeous so I managed to find a stockist - Craft Obsessions - and ordered their set which includes a sheet of each of the papers plus bazzill cardstock to match, plus I decided to order an extra 2 sheets of the blush, bleu (yes thats spelled correctly!), clover, journal tags and harvest papers.And they all arrived in double quick time this morning - so thankyou very much for the super service!

So I'm pretty sure I'm going to use the blush colourway (below) to do Willow's LO - but I'm debating whether I should use the white or black side, will have to go and play later...

Its 11am and Scott's away to his dads for the day and the girls are running riot in their jammies - I'm making a probably vain attempt at keeping them as clean as possible as I'm taking them along to a wedding this afternoon. My friend Lisa is getting married today and unfortunately I can't go along to the reception because Graham's away, but I wanted the girls to see her in her wedding frock and to give her a horseshoe. I know some folk might think its a bit old fashioned, but I thought it would be a nice addition for her wedding photo's. Lisa's mum gave me this lovely horseshoe to give her, thats far better looking than the dreadful silver painted plastic efforts from the card shop. According to the label it was made by Fripperies in John O'Groats and is made in white satin with tartan ribbon and lovely silver thistle buttons and pearls.

Anyway, I'll post all about it later on, and hopefully I'll manage to get some pics too.

1 comment:

Dawn said...

Beautiful Horseshoe

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